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Thursday, February 7, 2013
ASOC Singers and Friends! Ever wonder how the ASO musicians feel about you? You are invited to find out!
The Peachtree String Quartet is performing at Eddie's Attic -- This Tuesday -- on Feb 12 ... featuring music from all the 'Killer Bees' (see flyer below). Of particular interest to the singer-persuasion is a sing-along medley of Beatle songs, dedicated to the group who has always stood -- literally and figuratively -- behind the orchestra: the mighty ASO Chorus.
So brush up on your Rubber Soul and come out for a great night of music.
Sunday, April 14, 2013, 3:00 p.m.
Trinity Presbyterian Church
I really like the 'immersion' aspect of this ensemble's programming and the wonderful surprises it inspires. For this concert the group has chosen to perform the works of two Early Romantics: Schubert Impromtu, D.935 No.3 and Rondeau Brilliant, D. 895 ...and Beethoven “Ghost” Piano Trio, Op. 70, No. 1. The program will also include the distinctly Romantic flavor of Hungarian composer Erno Doynanyi Serenade, Op. 10. Doynanyi flourished in the early 20th c (along with Bartok, his classmate at the Budapest Academy of Music) but his music -- unlike Bartok's -- is more influenced by European classical tradition. Interestingly, Doynanyi taught in the US for ten years and died in 1960, an American citizen.
I found Doynanyi's Piano Quintet No.1 on YouTube for you to listen to while you are marking your calendar for the Georgian Chamber Players concert: April 14, Trinity Presbyterian Church, 3:00 p.m..
Read more about the Georgian Chamber Players on their website: http://georgianchamberplayers.org/